Nagi Shokudo is a quaint cafe with a laid-back atmosphere and nice home-made vegan food. Once you try it, you'll soon understand why it's everyone's favorite vegan cafe.
Have you ever heard of Shojin Ryori? It is traditional cuisine for Buddhist monks. Respecting the Buddhist philosophy, animal products are not used; simply fresh and seasonal fruits and herbs. These are five excellent places where you can enjoy this kind of cuisine in Tokyo!
Being a vegetarian in Tokyo isn't simple. Meat dishes are very popular and fish broth is widely used in Japanese cuisine. You can find a few vegetarian plates at almost any restaurant, but the choices tend to be quite limited. Vegetarian restaurants are starting to pop up all over Tokyo. Let's explore vegetarian cuisine in Shibuya!
King George Cafe in Daikanyama has these jaw-dropping vegetarian sandwiches you probably haven't seen anywhere else. The interior and terrace are also something else! Find out more about this popular cafe.
King George Cafe in Daikanyama, Tokyo, has been the talk of the town. Find out why!
For some great ramen in Harajuku - that is also vegan! - try Noodle Stand Tokyo. It is one of the most famous ramen joints in Harajuku, all genres included.
Buddhist Cuisine (精進料理) is delicately prepared vegetarian cuisine. It is inspired by the seasons, and most importantly by Buddhist philosophy. The cuisine is simple and fresh and no meat is used. It is a reminder to use mindfulness in your daily life. This restaurant is actually a 2-star Michelin restaurant, so you will be left completely speechless by the presentation and taste of these incredible dishes.
There are some very good vegetarian/vegan ramen joints in and around Tokyo Station. Here are three places you won't go wrong with!